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Category: Product Defects

Indianapolis product defect law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of defective product information.

February 1, 2021 Proximate Cause vs. But-For Cause – Proving a Negligence Claim

In a negligence case, a person must prove four things in order to be compensated for any injuries they suffered. Those four things are duty, breach, causation, and damages suffered. Concerning causation, there are two different ways that a person could have caused an injury. Proximate causation and but-for causation. Proximate Cause Proximate cause can […]

December 22, 2020 Liability in Bike-Share Program Related Injuries

Bike-share programs, similar in nature to companies like Lime and Bird, are becoming increasingly common, especially in metropolitan areas. These programs involve several automatic bike racks spaced around the area, where you can pick up or leave a bike. At these kiosks you can purchase a pass to use the bike and drop bikes off. […]

September 18, 2018 The Top Five Design Defects That Can Cause Auto Accidents

While the majority of automobile accidents are the result of human error, many accidents each year are caused by design defects. Accidents caused by design defects can result in costly property damage, severe injuries, and even fatalities. If you or a loved one was recently injured in an auto accident, continue reading to learn about […]

February 18, 2016 Brake Failure – Avoiding An Accident & Legal Ramifications If One Occurs

  William W. Hurst – Indianapolis Car Accident Lawyer   Imagine you’re driving home from work and see a red light in the distance. You begin to apply your brakes, but your vehicle doesn’t slow down. You then stomp the brakes and still nothing. At this point you’re likely panicking because you have no way […]

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